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This trip is long overdue, however the timing of it has been proven very appropriate. Lately I've been lost. The transition from student to young professional has made me question myself, my future, my dreams, wants and priorities. Hopefully this trip will allow me to find myself again. This trip will give me the opportunity to find a whole different part of myself by exploring ...
... also a very common theme when renting a car in a place you are unfamiliar with. Not being able to speak the local language will only compound this problem, as you may not easily be able to get directions back to where you want to go. Finally, the traffic "rules" are not always as "safe" as those you may be used to.
Local transportation (such as Guaguas and buses) are always an option but these too will take some getting used ...
... first destination is a campground Roanoke area, but we might overshoot the landing a bit.
Driving down the Smokey's, no scheduled stops. But we will see where the day takes us.
Mostly settling into the bus routine and setting up the IT infrastructure (myfi, smart tv, routers, oh my...)
After consuming enough ...
So week one of the campers arrival was here. I was given the role of airport co-ordinator which basically meant I would be spending a great deal of time at the airport waiting for flights both domestic and international to arrive so we could send the campers to Villanova in vans. There was another co-ordinator for Penn called Remzi so I wouldn't always be on my own doing this job which was good.
On Saturday, I spent about 8 hours at the ...
... is that I now have first-hand experience of what happens when you need to get an emergency passport. As tough as the experience was, the solution to the problem was not really too bad -- I'm sure many others have had it much worse. And now I can advise others on what to do and not do to prevent them from having the same fate.
Thanks to everyone who read the blog and followed my adventures! :-)